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This mashup is goddamn skitz. The Wiggles and Slipknot come together for ‘Psychosalad’, and this will get me a lot of strange looks as I have it blasting in the car at red lights, but I don’t care.

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This bass player puts $100, $700, and $10,000 bass guitars to the test, and not surprisingly, it’s the player that makes all the difference.

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Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

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This old fella shows that he sure loves himself some Metallica. Driving in traffic can suck if you don’t have the right music to take the edge off. Whoever this guy is, I want to meet him.

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“I was at the Garth Brooks concert in Montana. I sat in the 2nd row on Saturday night. At the encore, I was holding the sign and Garth recognized me from a previous show I attended. He ended up giving me his guitar and I played along with him while he performed “Which One Of Them”. It was a super amazing moment.”

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Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

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If you’ve always dreamed of getting on stage and melting some faces off with a guitar solo that is so brutal it makes testosterone explode out of your eye sockets, start with this vid.

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UK’s finest Lethal Bizzle and Skepta just dropped the new video for “I Win,” the Skepta-produced single off Bizzle’s You’ll Never Make a Million From Grime. The rappers turn an abandoned lot into their own personal race track, stunting in sports cars and colorful motorcycles. Bizzle spits his verse while sitting atop a speeding whip, while Skepta leads a team of riders, rapping as wheelies get popped off. Day changes to night as the track heats up, and an obligatory gang of beautiful women make their presence felt.

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The Alabama native posted a couple of previews of the song and video last week and had asked fans to look forward to the upcoming release. In his Instagram post, Yelawolf had apologised to fans for his absence. “Happy to be back rolling in the New Year. I took some much needed time for myself to and I feel better than ever. My apologies to the fans for my absence, and thank you for your continued support, it means the world to me! The new album’s my favourite work yet and I hope you dig the new single, “Row Your Boat.” Trial By Fire will be out soon! Love y’all”

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Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

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Blac Youngsta kept his word and pulled up to the hood to sign a fellow South Memphis artist to his Heavy Camp label. The CMG rapper had taken to social media earlier in the day to give his followers a heads up that he was about to make a young artist out there rich. The block was crowded with neighbourhood supporters when Youngsta arrived. They gathered around as the money-flaunting rapper laid stacks out on the hood of an Aston Martin. Then phones were raised to capture the moment hometown talent Yung Money signed a contract to become Blac Youngsta’s first artist.

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The neighbour who called the cops must be looking out their window thinking “What the in the f**k?” It’d be great if the cops were called again, only to end up having a complete Four Cop Rock Band.

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It’s hard to even figure out what he’s doing and how, but it’s enough to keep thousands on Twitter and Instagram mesmerised. The video, which shows him singing along to “Addicted to My Ex” by M-City J.R., has been shared widely on social media and is continuing to rack up the views and accolades. Check it out!

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Trying to define a Prodigy gig is trying to analyse an explosion. Hard-hitting UK electronica act, They have been wowing audiences with their incendiary live performance since 1990, with their punishing mishmash of rave, hardcore techno, jungle, breakbeat and rock/punk influences. The Prodigy have sold over 25 million records worldwide, becoming known as ‘the premiere dance act for the alternative masses.’ If they ever come through your town. Don’t miss it.

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Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

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This guy can really rap. He has some hilarious lines in there that make you chuckle, and his flow is on point!

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Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

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Kendrick Lamar’s Damn single “DNA” has been hit with ridiculous claims of biting. A SoundCloud upload from an artist known as D.Zign is played side-by-side with Lamar’s track in an Instagram clip spotted by HotNewHipHop Friday, with emphasis placed on the “I got, I got, I got, I got” portions of “DNA.”